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Nominee Nicole Byer Hits the Red Carpet at Emmy Awards 2021

Nicole Byer is looking pretty in purple!

The 35-year-old Nailed It! star hit the red carpet at the 2021 Emmy Awards on Sunday (September 19) at The Event Deck at L.A. Live in Los Angeles.

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Netflix Debuts Trailer for Lin-Manuel Miranda's New Animated Movie Musical 'Vivo' - Watch Now!

Lin-Manuel Miranda has a new movie musical on the way and it will be released on Netflix next weekend!

The Tony Award-winning star has written original songs for the upcoming movie Vivo and he’s also playing the title character in the animated movie. Lin‘s In the Heights collaborator Quiara Alegría Hudes co-wrote the screenplay with director Kirk DeMicco.

Vivo also features the voices of Zoe Saldana, Juan de Marcos, Brian Tyree Henry, Michael Rooker, Nicole Byer, newcomer Ynairaly Simo, and Gloria Estefan.

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Natalie Morales, Nicole Byer & Tony Hale Join the Cast of 'Rugrats' Reboot

There are some exciting new additions to the cast of Rugrats!

Deadline reports that Nicole Byer, Tony Hale and Natalie Morales have all been chosen to voice the adult roles in Paramount+’s Rugrats reboot.

Tony will play Chuckie’s father, Natalie will play Phil and Lil’s mother and Nicole will play Susie’s mom.

The cast also includes Ashley Rae Spillers and Tommy Dewey as Tommy’s parents, Anna Chlumsky and Timothy Simons as Angelica’s parents and Michael McKean, as Grandpa Lou Pickles.

The revival is set to debut on Paramount+ this spring and will feature the original cast members reprising their roles on the show.

Nickelodeon President Brian Robbins said of keeping the original cast and adding some new voices, “First of all, we have all the original babies back, all the original cast back, which we are thrilled to have. Some of the original actors — remember the show is 20-25+ years-old, and we thought there was an opportunity for new exciting comedic voices who grew up watching and being fans of the show and let them do cameos. So we are really excited about our adult cast on Rugrats.“

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Joey & Hunter King Are Competing on 'Nailed It!' - Watch the Trailer Here!

The upcoming season of Nailed It will have a new twist, plus some famous faces!

The Netflix series is returning as Nailed It! Double Trouble and it will feature home bakers pairing up in teams of two to take a shot at recreating edible masterpieces for a $10,000 prize.

Joey King and her sister Hunter King will be competing together as a team and from what we can see in the trailer, there definitely will be plenty of laughs to go around.

“With double the help, maybe we’ll get a better cake?” host Nicole Byer says at one point in the trailer. Chef Jacques Torres is also returning as a judge.

All six episodes of Nailed It! Double Trouble will premiere on Netflix on March 26. Watch the trailer below!

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Nailed It's Nicole Byer Will Host All Five Nights of the Creative Arts Emmy Awards!

Emmy nominee Nicole Byer has been set as the host of the upcoming 2020 Creative Arts Emmy Awards!

The 33-year-old comedian, who is the host of the Emmy-nominated Netflix competition series Nailed It, will host all five nights of the virtual presentation.

The Creative Arts Emmy Awards begin on Monday, September 14 and there will be four consecutive nights of shows aired on Emmys.com. The fifth night will be a two-hour ceremony that is broadcast on FXX on Saturday, September 19.

Variety reports that the Creative Arts ceremony will “hand out statues in categories ranging from casting to choreography, cinematography, hair and makeup, editing, original music and lyrics, visual effects and more.”

Nicole is nominated for Outstanding Host for a Reality or Reality-Competition Program and Nailed It is up for Outstanding Competition Program.

Find out how the live Primetime Emmys show will happen this year!

Quibi Releases Star-Studded Trailer for Mystery-Comedy Series 'Mapleworth Murders' - Watch Now!

Quibi has released the trailer for their highly-anticipated new mystery-comedy series Mapleworth Murders!

Created by, written by, and starring Paula Pell and John Lutz, the series features a “who’s who” of guest suspects and victims.

The star-studded cast also includes Wanda Sykes, Chris Parnell, Terry Crews, Nicole Byer, Jimmy Carlson, Maya Rudolph, Fred Armisen, D’Arcy Carden, Tim Meadows, Jack McBrayer, Andy Samberg, Tina Fey, Pam Murphy, Annie Mumolo, and Ike Barinholtz.

If you missed it, Maya recently reacted to news of Kamala Harris being picked as Joe Biden‘s Vice President candidate, and revealed if she would impersonate Senator Harris on Saturday Night Live again.

New episodes of Mapleworth Murders air on Mondays on Quibi.

Nailed It's Nicole Byer Describes How to Explain Black Lives Matter to Kids

Nicole Byer is providing advice.

The 33-year-old Nailed It host opened up on Instagram, amid nationwide protests condemning police brutality and systemic racism, about Black Lives Matter.

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“Hi hello I’m Nicole. I host a tv show called @nailedit a lot of kids watch the show. In an Instagram comment someone said they would ‘keep their head down and just let their kids watch nailed it.’ (I turned off the comments so ya can’t find it and attack that person also dunno their ethnicity or anything about them) That made me boo hoo hoo. That you will allow your kid to watch me but not stand up for me. So I’ll do the work I’ll write you a conversation to have with your white child,” she wrote.

“A good way to explain to kids #blacklivesmatter : ‘you like this black lady right? She’s silly? She makes you tee hee hee?You would be sad if a police officer hurt her right? Well this is the current country we live in where someone you like can be hurt by the color of their skin and people in charge aren’t doing a f–king (you can replace that with dang if ya kids are soft) thing about it. So they are protesting, and the looters… well some of it is staged as a distraction some are opportunistic and some are people who’ve been oppressed for so long it bursts,” she went on to say.

“And nice cops? There are no nice cops because if a cop was nice they wouldn’t watch and participate in violence against black and brown people. If cops were really nice they would have spoken out about police brutality years ago and maybe walked out on their precincts to send a message that they are against this. Instead they dress up like your GI Joe doll and are very mean. The curfews the helicopters the police in riot gear is all because black people have asked to not be killed… that’s it,” she continued.

“There’s literally nothing else to it. Now once a week let’s read about s–t (stuff for the soft kids) that happens to black people that doesn’t get covered in schools like Juneteenth, black Wall Street, how black people have influenced most of pop culture today and aren’t credited or it’s just co-oped… and if you do this post about. Post about the black history you teach your white kid to maybe inspire another white parent to do the same thing. There I did it you can read it verbatim to your kids. Also I’m open to any additions. Raise kids who give a f–k and you gotta give a f–k.”

Here are more ways you can help to support the Black Lives Matter cause.